Y4 Learning This Week

Dear Parents This week the children have really been getting stuck into their Christmas Play rehearsals. We have now covered every song and to help with learning those words attached is a document with all the song words in it. It is essential that all children have learned their individual lines off by heart in […]

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4M Prayer Service

Thank you to Mr Bell and Class 4B for leading our prayer service this week. The theme of their prayer service was important people in the Bible who put their trust in God. As always we were extremely proud of how confidently they delivered this important message . The children were delighted to see so […]

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Weekly Learning Year 4 24.09.2018

This week in Year 4 the children have come back ready to learn about diary writing in role as Hogarth in The Iron Man. To make their writing more effective, the children have thought about changing simple fronted adverbials into more complex adverbial phrases and clauses!

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Year 4 Gilwell Park Residential

What a fantastic residential we had! The weather was absolutely amazing –  the sun shone and it was pleasantly warm. The food was delicious and the children were an absolute pleasure to be with. A big thank you to all the staff who left their families, and accompanied our children on this amazing residential. Thank […]

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E-Safety: Education for a Connected World

On Tuesday morning this week, we were thrilled to host so many parents at our first E-Safety meeting this year. We began by discussing headline issues that had emerged from a recent nationwide survey of children’s online lives and use of technology, conducted by the London Grid for Learning (LGFL) – ‘Hopes and Streams’ (attached […]

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Handwriting Pens

We have found over the past couple of years that the cost of purchasing handwriting pens for KS2 children has really escalated. It has also been noted that many children actually prefer bringing in their own pens. Therefore we would really appreciate it, if you are able to, if your child would bring in his/her […]

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